A handcuffed woman was ejected from a moving Los Angeles Police Department patrol car, in a dramatic incident that left her seriously injured and raised questions about the involved officers’ version of how the fall occurred.
In the early morning hours on March 17, after a night out in Koreatown, 28-year-old Kim Nguyen and two friends were waiting in a restaurant parking lot for a sober friend to pick them up, Nguyen said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times.
A pair of LAPD officers drove by in a marked patrol car, stopped, and approached Nguyen, she said.
After briefly questioning Nguyen and her two male friends, the officers left, but circled back, as Nguyen was running across the street toward a late-night cafe.
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